We are delighted to welcome a further 33 overseas nurses in addition to 27 nurses who joined Cwm Taf Morgannwg in September. The nurses, from India, have joined our team following a recruitment drive and are settling into their roles at our three acute hospitals after completing a period of quarantine.
The Tirion freestanding midwifery-led birth centre will re-open at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital on, Monday 26th October.
Health Minister Vaughan Gething has today awarded £220m in funding to Prince Charles Hospital, Merthyr Tydfil. The funding will be used to further refurbish the ground and first floor, benefiting services including radiotherapy, diabetes services, COPD and theatres.
Restrictions in services at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital are now being carefully lifted, working closely with partners including Public Health Wales and the Welsh Ambulance Service, as part of our ongoing response to a COVID-19 outbreak at the site.
As part of a national gesture to thank NHS workers across the UK, artist Damien Hirst has generously gifted Cwm Taf Morgannwg UHB with a beautiful piece of his art work Butterfly Rainbow – a rainbow formed from illustrated butterfly wings.